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Trayvon Martin Shooting Death Sparks Outrage on Social Media

There are 66307 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Mar 22, 2012, titled Trayvon Martin Shooting Death Sparks Outrage on Social Media. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Social media has put the spotlight on the story Trayvon Martin , an unarmed African-American teenager who was shot to death last month by a neighborhood watch captain in Florida.

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#64479 Jul 4, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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I wonder now if they trained him how to fool a voice analysis test
I wonder how zimmerman can say he never heard of the Stand Your Ground defense when the professor who taught him Stand Your Ground in a class he got a "A" on says otherwise.

One person is lying.

Here's a clue: the person who said he was broke when he had $135,000 in his PayPal account is lying.

PS: the reason voice stress tests aren't allowed as "evidence" is pathological liars- like yourself- aren't stressed when they flat out lie to your face.

Like when you told us that the pedophile followed Martin for less than ten seconds... for example.
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64481 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
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You must have us confused with your Eskimo neighbors to the north.
The only thing Americans keep in the trunks of their cars are jacks, spare tires, and the occasional dead enword...lol....but we always end up dumping that sh!t up north in YOUR country where it belongs.
Another snot nosed fright wing inbred amoronican bigot lie!!!! Here... for your reading enjoyment (another words... get mommy to read it to you if she's sober):
http://www.thespec.com/news-story/2525028-mou...
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64483 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
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You must have us confused with your Eskimo neighbors to the north.
The only thing Americans keep in the trunks of their cars are jacks, spare tires, and the occasional dead enword...lol....but we always end up dumping that sh!t up north in YOUR country where it belongs.
Eskimo neighbours to the North?? The ones in Caribou Barbie Land?? ROTFALMFAO!!! The land where you can see Russia from some brain dead bimbo's kitchen window??

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#64484 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
Zimmerman passed a lie detector test.
Nope.
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64486 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
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We all know you're a "bottom boi" so there's no need to remind us of your perverted fantacies and analagies. But keep on taking it Ascendo Tumm and someday you'll end up in a wheelchair just like barefool with an ass-bag that always needs to be emptied.
aww.... testing the "gay" temperature out there before you get the nerve to come out of the closet, I see?? I don't know, Gaylord... your fright wing snot nosed inbred teabagging bigot friends are highly homophobic.... I highly doubt you'd survive.... better stay put, eh Nancy??

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#64487 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
Here's the USA Today article.
USA Today's target audience is written to a ninth grade level.

They may have referred to it as a "lie detector test" because you don't know what "analysis" means.

The voice analysis is not reliable because pathological liars are not stressed when they fib.

You can see this when the pedophile went on Hannity and flat out lied about not ever hearing about SYG when he had had a CLASS on it and gotten an "A", and when he told the court he was broke when he had $135,000 in his account, and when he said he lost his second passport when miraculously he found it when he would have had to stay in jail.

This pedophile will lie without batting any eye.
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64489 Jul 4, 2013
Heydrich wrote:
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This Coon Boy is about 16-22 years old, has an IQ of about 85, wears sagging pants, does not know whom his father is, is overweight because of food stamps, lives in government housing,has been arrested at least once, rides a stolen bicycle, and bears the Name of such as Dontell Jermell Jones, Delantrius Motel Brumfield, Kenderrick Jerboty Barze, and has a girlfriend that Looks like Rachel Jeanteal.
Wow.... that pretty much describes all your brother-cousins. I just bet inbreeding makes your keeping the family tree straight an impossible task.

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#64490 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
Zimmerman passed a lie detector test.
He didn't.

No matter how hard you stomp.

Putting aside the pedophile is a liar- Hannity interview, just one example.
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64492 Jul 4, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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I wonder now if they trained him how to fool a voice analysis test that Zimmerman took and passed with flying colors?
For a dumb guy (as you Martin people frequently say) it sure seems Zimmerman was pretty smart.
ROTFALMFAO!! desperate twit!!! There were TWO separate independent voice analysis done by two top forensic audio analysts using different techniques. BOTH concluded BEYOND A SHADOW OF A DOUBT that the voice WAS NOT GI JANIE'S.
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64493 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
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Zimmerman passed 2 lie detector tests,...did rachel jeantel pass one?....NO!....She needs to take one to clear up any impression of bias,...agreed?
Psychopaths routinely outwit lie detector tests. next?

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#64495 Jul 4, 2013
Inspector Beaver 2 wrote:
Go empty your ass-bag!
Finish the glass you have, Shug.
Ascendo Tuum

Hamilton, Canada

#64497 Jul 4, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Let me rephrase: Zimmerman passed a police voice stress analysis. In other words, a lie detector test.
As for the voice tests of who was yelling help, one of those two guys you speak of had personal investments in the software that he uses for his tests. Even the judge realized that if she allowed that evidence into court, Zimmerman's appeal would have greater success if found guilty. It's junk science that has no real evidence of it's accuracy.
ok... again.... psychopaths routinely pass lie detector tests.

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#64499 Jul 4, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Let me rephrase:
Code: You caught me lying again.

Like when Barefoot2626 caught me lying when I said zimmerman followed Martin for no more than ten seconds.

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#64500 Jul 4, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
In other words, a lie detector test.
Not a lie detector test.

Voice analysis which is not admissible anywhere to determine if a person is lying-- as opposed to your lie detector test, which monitors pulse rate and breathing which is more reliable and is admitted under a limited set of circumstances.

No test is needed to determine when you are lying, Pinocchio: you lie when you blink.
Pompano Jack

Niceville, FL

#64502 Jul 4, 2013
Ascendo Tuum wrote:
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ok... again.... psychopaths routinely pass lie detector tests.
Actually, no. While psychopaths are pathological liars in many instances, they have the same fear of detection and getting caught (and the consequences) as anybody else. They can't override their blood pressure response.

http://polygraphreality.wordpress.com/2009/10...

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#64505 Jul 4, 2013
Pompano Jack wrote:
They can't override their blood pressure response.
Of course, zimmerman did not take a lie detector test.

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#64509 Jul 4, 2013
Pompano Jack wrote:
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Actually, no. While psychopaths are pathological liars in many instances, they have the same fear of detection and getting caught (and the consequences) as anybody else. They can't override their blood pressure response.
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There is little scientific evidence to support the reliability of polygraphs.

Despite claims of 90%- 95% reliability, critics charge that rather than a "test", the method amounts to an inherently unstandardizable interrogation technique whose accuracy cannot be established.

A 1997 survey of 421 psychologists estimated the test's average accuracy at about 61%, a little better than chance.[15] Critics also argue that even given high estimates of the polygraph's accuracy a significant number of subjects (e.g. 10% given a 90% accuracy) will appear to be lying, and would unfairly suffer the consequences of "failing" the polygraph.
In the 1998 Supreme Court case, United States v. Scheffer, the majority stated that "There is simply no consensus that polygraph evidence is reliable" and "Unlike other expert witnesses who testify about factual matters outside the jurors' knowledge, such as the analysis of fingerprints, ballistics, or DNA found at a crime scene, a polygraph expert can supply the jury only with another opinion...".[16]

Also, in 2005 the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals stated that "polygraphy did not enjoy general acceptance from the scientific community".[17] In 2001 William G. Iacono, Distinguished McKnight University Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience and Director, Clinical Science and Psychopathology Research Training Program at the University of Minnesota, published a paper titled "Forensic "Lie Detection": Procedures Without Scientific Basis" in the peer reviewed Journal of Forensic Psychology Practice. He concluded that "Although the CQT[clarify] may be useful as an investigative aid and tool to induce confessions, it does not pass muster as a scientifically credible test. CQT theory is based on naive, implausible assumptions indicating (a) that it is biased against innocent individuals and (b) that it can be beaten simply by artificially augmenting responses to control questions.
Although it is not possible to adequately assess the error rate of the CQT, both of these conclusions are supported by published research findings in the best social science journals (Honts et al., 1994; Horvath, 1977; Kleinmuntz & Szucko, 1984; Patrick & Iacono, 1991). Although defense attorneys often attempt to have the results of friendly CQTs admitted as evidence in court, there is no evidence supporting their validity and ample reason to doubt it. Members of scientific organizations who have the requisite background to evaluate the CQT are overwhelmingly skeptical of the claims made by polygraph proponents."[18]

Polygraph tests have also been criticized for failing to trap known spies such as double-agent Aldrich Ames, who passed two polygraph tests while spying for the Soviet Union.[19] Other spies who passed the polygraph include Karl Koecher,[20] Ana Belen Montes,[21] and Leandro Aragoncillo.[22] Noted pseudoscience debunker Bob Park recently commented, "The polygraph, in fact, has ruined careers, but never uncovered a single spy."[23] Polygraph examination and background checks also failed to detect Nada Nadim Prouty, who was not a spy but was convicted for improperly obtaining U.S. citizenship and using it to obtain a restricted position at the FBI.[24]

PROLONGED polygraph examinations may also be a tool by which confessions are extracted from a defendant, as in the case of Richard Miller, who was persuaded to confess largely by polygraph results combined with appeals from a religious leader.
[25] "

http://rense.com/general80/poly.htm
Ken

Polk City, FL

#64512 Jul 4, 2013
Looks like there's quite a bit of doubt from the poor "child" Trayvon supporters here. So much in fact that they are creating testimony as they type it in some of these posts.

Facts are the facts people ......it's in open court and what being presented by the State prosecutors is not matching up with what some of you are posting here.

The ONLY reason this case was brought to trial was to allow all of the facts (which they all were aware before zimmermans arrest) to be brought out in a public forum and not have a single judge or state prosecutor make a decision.

Continue to make up your own story at the end of the trial day, continue to follow poverty pimps like Sharpton and Jackson who will encourage you to burn your own Nieghborhoods down, continue to stay silent when black on black murders are a everyday occurrence, continue to follow politians who will do nothing but keep you defendant on govt benefits for your vote........it's all a never ending cycle which will have you spinning your wheels going no where..
KOOLAID

Betsy Layne, KY

#64513 Jul 4, 2013
This kid had a problem which is he had an attitude,and it look's like he got an attitude adjustment. LIKE HANK SAY'S IT WORK'S EVERYTIME

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#64516 Jul 4, 2013
xxxrayted wrote:
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Psychopaths routinely do the same things over and over again.
Now Pinocchio is an expert on pyschopaths!

HAHAHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH!

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